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Dolly

Wendy Isobel McLaughlin
Psychotherapeutic Counsellor UKCP Reg

Adults, Young adults, Young people, Children and Families

Supervision Training BPS approved


School Counsellor at The Cherwell School  Oxford 
2005-2014 
                                        

Welcome.


Hello my name is Wendy Isobel McLaughlin.  
I am known locally as Dolly.   
I am a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor fully Accredited  and holding UKCP registration.
I am a certified Mindfulness in Schools teacher (MISP) and have worked in schools as a psychotherapeutic counsellor for 10 years, with a further 3 years experience in private practice.
I hold a BPS approved certificate in Clinical Supervision  and currently have space for Supervision of Counsellors including those working with Young people, Home-School Link Work Supervision and cross professional Supervision where counselling plays a significant role.

If you are simply looking for Counselling support you have come to the right place. Please email me on dollymclaughlinoxford@gmail.com. I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Find me on Counselling Directory Website

I have experience in a wide range of areas including

Anxiety/phobia
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Depression
Parenting & step-parenting
Babies and children
Teen years
Self Harm
Weightconcern/anorexia/food
Young adults
Dissociative identity disorder (DIDS)
Sexual abuse
Families
Anger
Bereavement
Hearing voices
Dissociation
Learning difficulties support
Aspergers syndrome
Chronic Illness support
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Questioning
Transgender
Relationships
Work/Life balance
School engagement
Creativity issues
Alcohol/Drug addiction
Glandular fever recovery support

Lifestory telling -  understanding or celebrating the past in the present
Alzheimer family support



I offer supervision to school counsellors and counsellors working with children, young people and families.


£55 per session (initial consultation 50mins - free of charge, no commitment). 

For general advice on Counselling for young people :  http://www.youngminds.org.uk
This is a very helpful site giving information on how to help young people.